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Dining out in Norfolk
Barked By Pupstar - Editor
If your pawrents fancy a meal out in
Norfolk they will be totally spoilt for
choice! Most of the pubs in Norfolk are
very dog friendly as are many hotels.
You’ll also find lots of options for pit
stops at various cafés and restaurants
when out and about.
Of course we do have a few favourites of
our own which include the Lifeboat Inn
at Thornham. Not only are dogs welcome
in the Inn but they have special dog
friendly rooms which cater for up to 4
dogs – yes 4! I tell you, I practically fell
over with excitement when I heard this!
The Dabbling Duck is another one of our
regular haunts. They have a canine menu
with some very tasty dishes, all of which
can be washed down with a pint of
‘Snuffle’, one of the finest beers around
for dogs (‘Snuffle’ is really a nonalcoholic healthy drink but don’t tell
Will-i-am as he believes it’s real ale!).
For those of you who like a bit of retail
therapy whilst tucking into some treats,
stop off at The Granary in Snettisham
where you might just find that pawfect
holiday memento amongst their range of
crafts and gifts.
If you’re visiting the lovely beaches of
North Norfolk we can highly recommend
refuelling at Caley Hall and The Golden
Lion in Hunstanton, both of which are
very dog friendly and open all year
round. After a run on Old Hunstanton
beach I often call in at The Old Town
Beach Café where you can fill up your
water bottles for free and grab a tasty
snack or two!
Further along the coast at Wells-next-theSea make sure to visit the Beach Café
which has won awards for its dog
friendliness. Another very popular café,
highly rated by many of my k9 pals, is
the Cliff Top Café at Overstrand. It’s a
great place for a rest after a walk on the
beach and you can tuck into one of their
homemade burgers made especially for
A super place to go when visiting Cromer
is the Doggy Diner which has recently
opened, a canine café for both humans
and hounds. Don’t forget to check out
their pupcakes. Yum, yum!!
If you fancy putting on your bow tie and
dining out in style head over to Lynford
Hall, Mundford, where scenes from the
TV series ‘Allo Allo’, ‘You rang my
Lord’ & ‘Dad’s Army’ were filmed.
So wherever you are in Norfolk be it on
the coast, in the countryside or enjoying
forest walks you will always be welcome
at the inn.
Serving home-baked biscuits
and cakes for your pooch and something delicious for you!
Doggie birthday pawties
We can also offer afternoon tea
for humans and hounds.
Limetree Court, 16 Mount Street, Cromer, NR27 9DB
Tel: 01263 514306 www.doggiediner.co.uk
THE DABBLING DUCK
Great pub, great food and
great accommodation in